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This year was special in so many ways, firstly and most importantly it marks the 100th Anniversary of the of the Avenue of Remembrance. Each tree along the avenue was beautifully adorned with a red ribbon and giant poppy to commemorate the 182 local men who fell during World War One.
Swale Community Leisure has the perfect antidote to relieving children’s boredom this half term (Mon 23 Oct-Fri 27 Oct) with the Superstars Holiday Club – providing plenty of fun and value for money.
The leader of Swale Borough Council, Cllr Tim Gibson, will write to the Government to ask for help to combat the shortage of general practitioners (GPs) in the borough.
There is a belief amongst many that if you are disabled you must give up sports or you can only compete against other disabled sports people. Well, disabled bowlers from all over the Southeast showed that there was no stopping them from enjoying sports. They proved that disability is no deterrent at a friendly bowls match organised by MS Swale for Disability Bowls England.
The recent discovery of a spectacular roman statue of Triton during archaeological excavations of a mausoleum and cemetery in Teynham Kent have not only excited archaeologists, but also raised questions about the protection of our landscape.
Rose Wylie has cut the ribbon at Murston Heart Creative Community Hub in a special ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Hub on the site of the old medieval church at Murston.
Tunstall Village Hall is gearing up to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III with an afternoon of entertainment, games, music and delicious food on May 8th, 2023. The free community event, which is open to all, promises to be a day of fun and festivity.
Swale Council inline with much of Kent once again has no single party in overall control of the council. Find out who your new councillors are in Sittingbourne and the surrounding area.
It might come as a surprise to learn that the UK electoral law doesn’t require claims in political campaigns to be either truthful or factually accurate, and that goes a long way to explain some of the literature contained in the Conservatives current election campaign.
We all know how difficult it can be getting an appointment with a GP, but what do we really know about the overall provision in Swale and what plans are in place for future provision?